"Nada" as written by and Brian David/clyne Blush....
I see the lightning from the storm down in Mexico
And I see my speedometer doesn't work
I cross the desert and disappear into the tumbleweeds
I tip the bottle and bite the lime

I hear the thunder from the storm down in Mexico
And I leave the border far behind
I feel the dust coat my teeth and turn my sweat to mud
I tip the bottle and bite the lime

There ain't no moral to this story at all
Anything I tell you very well could be a lie
I've been away from the living, I don't need to be forgiven
I'm just waiting for that cold black soul of mine

To come alive
I feel the wind blow from the storm down in Mexico
Gasoline for another hundred miles
I cross the river and leave my shoes up on the other side

I tip the bottle and bite the lime
There ain't no moral to this story at all
Anything I tell you very well could be a lie
Been away from the living, I don't need to be forgiven

I'm just waiting for that cold black sun-cracked soul of mine
To come alive
Come alive, yeah
Well, I feel the rain drops from the storm down in Mexico

Truck will go no further, out of gas
I walk through the desert past the lizard and rattlesnake
I tip the bottle and bite the lime
There ain't no moral to this story at all

Anything I tell you very well could be a lie
There ain't no morals to these stories at all
And everything I tell you, you can bet will be a lie
I been away from the living, I don't need to be forgiven

I'm just waiting for that cold black sun-cracked numb-inside soul of mine
To come alive
Come alive, come alive
Come alive.


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"Nada" as written by Brian Blush Arthur "buddy" Edwards

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    General CommentAnyone who has ever been lost, or have no real desination (in either the physical, or psycological world), yet still manage to continue on can relate to this song.
    Nagarakaon February 11, 2002   Link
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    General CommentFANTASTIC song! the struggles of a feldgling rockstars life portaryed on backdrop of the arizonan desert. All the best music comes from Arizona or Canada I'm almost damn enar convinced of it with this album.
    westbeach_21on June 17, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is about withdrawing from society into isolation
    toxicwasteon January 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentGreatest song ever. Theres guys are amazing
    kerplunk17on February 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthe harmonica in the start is absolutley amazing.
    great song about having not a thing to do and all the time to do it. and not to worry a damn thing about it.
    dadams309on May 26, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI love the line "I'm just waiting for that cold black soul of mine
    to come alive " Not sure why, but sometimes I feel that way too.
    schlegon April 06, 2011   Link

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